Insideout recently constructed a team challenge course for Thames Young Mariners. The course encourages young people to work as part of a team and helps them to develop important life skills. The course has many challenges that help participants learn from their experiences and gradually improve their performance. This learning cycle - do-review-apply - is a form of action research where they are both the Guinea pig and the researcher responsible for their own learning.
I have worked with a number of construction companies in the High Ropes Construction Industry and Inside Out Ropes Courses have by far provided the best service.
Rod Baber, Managing Director
Insideout recently undertook a maintenance project at the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena. It is built on a natural quarry rock face and hosts international climbing competitions. Insideout was tasked with replacing worn sections of track on the impressive aerial assault course - the highest in the UK, over the largest climbing arena in Europe! The course is situated at 30m above the arena floor (more than 5 floors high) and the climbing walls and boulders looked very small from our birds eye view.